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Hamilton County, Ohio

Website: http://www.WatchUsThrive.org
Location: Ohio
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Dec 6, 2011

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Project strategies include an educational campaign to promote healthy eating and physical activity, improved access to healthy options through implementation of school-based vending policies and community garden development, improved access to safe spaces for physical activity through school-to-community shared-use agreements, and policies to support 30 minutes of daily physical activity in after-school programs. The project is also working to expand the use of existing subsidies for community recreation, use geographic information systems (GIS) mapping to document and promote healthy eating and physical activity resources, and expand infrastructure for faith-based health ministries to provide social support for change.

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